The electro-rock trio will play London and Manchester at the end of this month.
By fusing electronic elements with live instrumentation, the trio follow in the footsteps of many big names from Manchester before them, such as New Order and Orchestral Maneouvers in the Dark. Following the release of their first album Acolyte at the beginning of this year, Delphic garnered international recognition which has brought with it appearances at this year's Glastonbury festival as well as the Coachella festival in the US.
The first of their Warehouse Project gigs will be a one-off London event at the Ewer Street Car Park on Friday October 29th. Delphic top a bill that also features Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team, Filthy Dukes, Retro/Grade and Untold. After that, Delphic make the journey home to Manchester to play at Piccadilly Train Station. They will be joined there by The Whip, Rob Da Bank, Optimo, Jamie XX, Fenech Soler, Jamaica, Now Wave DJs as well as a DJ set from Foals.
Tickets to see Delphic at The Warehouse Project are available right here on RA.